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kamma-ja

, mfn. [Buddh. sa. karmaja], born of kam-
ma, kamma-produced; in Abhidh hadaya (or vatthu,
cf. Vism 451,29) and the eight indriya's are exclusively
~;
gramm. lit.: (on the formation of ~) jana janane,
kammato jāto ti atthe kvippaccayo ... ~o vipāko +,
Rūp 238,24; Mogg III 10; — exeg.: katame ettha ~ā +
ye keci mahārāja sattā sacetanā sabbe te ~ā ... ākāso
ca nibbānañ ca ime dve akammajā + nibbānaṁ pa-
na mahārāja na vattabbaṁ: -an ti +, Mil 271,7 foll.
qu.
Ss 124,5 foll.; (defining the kamma produced triad
[kammajattika]): kammato jātaṁ ~aṁ, tadaṅñapac-
cayajātaṁ akammajaṁ, na kutoci jātaṁ n' eva ~aṁ
nâkammajaṁ, Vism 451,11 foll. (yaṁ ekantakamma-
samuṭṭhānaṁ aṭṭhindriyāni, hadayañ cā ti navavi-
dhaṁ rūpaṁ, yañ ca navavidhe catusamuṭṭhāne
kammasamuṭṭhānaṁ navavidham eva rūpan ti e-
vaṁ aṭṭhārasavidham pi kammato uppajjanato ~aṁ,
Vism-mhṭ II 108,6; cf. Abhidh-s-mhṭ 161,5,6); ~ā
kammajanevakammajanâkammajabhedato ca tivi-
dhaṁ. ... kammato jātaṁ ~aṁ: aṭṭh' indriyāni vat-
thuñ ca ~aṁ; tad' aññappaccayā jātaṁ akammajaṁ;
na kutoci jātaṁ nevakammajanâkammajaṁ: jaratā
aniccatā ca, Abhidh-av 75,20 foll.; — tadā me ~ā vātā
uppannā atidāruṇā, Ap 559,6 qu. Thī-a 114,16*; — in
description of the birth of a human being:
yaṁ vijāya-
mānāya mātuyā ~ehi vātehi parivattetvā narakapa-
pātaṁ viya ... dukkhaṁ uppajjati, Vism 500,26 qu.
Paṭis-a 144,9 (cf. Sv 886,5 = Ps IV 176,20 ≠ It-a I
113,25); — defining the nature of rūpa as born of one (as
opposed to
rūpa born of two three four, or nothing) tat-
tha -am eva cittajam eva ca ekajaṁ nāma. tesu sad-
dhiṁ hadayavatthunā indriyarūpaṁ ~am eva, Vism
451,35 foll. (= kammato eva jātaṁ, Vism-mhṭ II 110,10);
Moh 67,28; cakkhuppasādâdiaṭṭhavidhaṁ rūpaṁ
saddhiṁ hadayavatthunā ~aṁ nāma, As 342,16; —
describing nāmarūpa (cf. Vism 561,6 foll.) as condi-
tioned by
viññāṇa according to the opinion of the sut-
tantikas: abhisaṅkhāraviññāṇaṁ ... asaṅñasattarū-
passa vā paṅcavokārabhave vā ~assa rūpassa sut-
tantikapariyāyato upanissayavasena ekadhā va pac-
cayo hoti, Vism 561,29; — describing the comprehen-
sion of the
saṅkhāras (cf. Vism 626,3-5) in terms of the
material septad:
ādānanikkhepanato, vayovuḍḍhat-
thaṅgamito, āhāramayato, utumayato, ~ato, citta-
samuṭṭhānato, dhammatārūpato ti imehi ākārehi ā-
ropetvā sammasanto rūpasattakavasena āropetvā
sammasati nāma, Vism 618,19 ≠ Spk-pṭ II 95,4; ~aṁ
āyatanadvāravasena pākaṭaṁ hoti, Vism 624,7; — in
description of the comprehension of the
saṅkhāra's in
terms of the third member of the immaterial septad
(on
which, cf.
Vism 626,8-9), i.e., khaṇikato: vayovuḍ-
ḍhatthaṅgamarūpaṁ āhāramayaṁ utumayaṁ ~aṁ
cittasamuṭṭhānaṁ dhammatārūpaṁ aniccaṁ duk-
kham anattā ti sammasitvā tam pi cittaṁ aparena
cittena aniccaṁ dukkham anattā ti sammasati, Vism
626,27 foll.; — kasmā devatānaṁ karajakāyaṁ su-
khumaṁ ~aṁ balavaṁ karajassa ca sukhumattā
~assa ca balavatā ekâhāram pi atikkamitvā na tiṭ-
ṭhanti, Sv 721,30,31 (~an ti kammajatejaṁ, Sv-pṭ II
327,6); — defining the nature of femininity (itthibhāva):
ayaṁ (scil. itthibhāvo) kammajo paṭisandhisamuṭ-
ṭhito, itthiliṅgâdi pana na itthindriyaṁ, itthindri-
yaṁ paṭicca pavatte samuṭṭhitaṁ, As 321,20
Abhidh-av 68,10*; — on the implications of the concept
of origin as applied to matter
(rūpa): tassâyam mātikā:
~aṁ kammapaccayaṁ kammapaccaya-utusamuṭ-
ṭhānaṁ +, As 342,10; rūpaṁ pi ~an ti vā upādiṇṇan
ti vā vattuṁ vaṭṭati, 347,23; — on kamma-produced
rūpa as guarded by food: kammakabaliṁkāro āhāro
dvinnaṁ rūpasantatīnaṁ paccayo hoti āhārasamuṭ-
ṭhānassa ca upādiṇṇassa ca. ~ānaṁ anupālako hu-
tvā paccayo hoti āhārasamuṭṭhānānaṁ janako hu-
tvā ti, Ps I 210,19 = Spk II 26,24 ≠ As 342,25; (cf. Vism
616,7-24; Moh 329,11); — ~an ti upādinnaṁ, Abhidh-
av 75,17*; — ifc. a-°; akusala-° (Vibh-mṭ 8,14; Moh
118,9); ekanta-° (Abhidh-s-mhṭ 161,10); kusala-°
(Vibh-a 9,19; Vibh-mṭ 8,14; ~-vasa, Vibh-a 9,22); ne-
va-° (~-nâkammaja, Abhidh-av 75,26); pacchima-°
(Vibh-a 26,35 foll); sanidassana-° (~âdi, Vism 451,6).[[side 227]]